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AXEDALE. 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

AXEDALE. 17th February. Domestic water supplies are running out, and water carting is being resorted to. Fortunately, thz Campaspe River is still flowine. It is hoped the Kimbolton water schlnime will become an accomplished fact, .when possibly a township service may be obtained here. b

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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BAGSHOT. 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

S BAGSHO T. S17th . ecbruary. s ale -of fruit in connection .\with the annual.: liarvest thlanksgiving C'rvices, held in 1tli:Mdlithodist Ch??Glrch ,t ook :'ilace in the clhirehih ist night; whonI MIr. Clay held ia :Prite auictioin?:. hlolsiiium of, £i/814 ws rialisead M:r Caddy pireached .on Sund'i"y eeni g Lot ::Mr Capper as prc viotsly reported.:.'

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

FARMERS' AND CITIZENS' TRUSTEES COMPANY, BENDIGO, LIMITED. EMPOWERED BY SPECIAL ACT OF PARLIAMENT TO ACT AS TTRUJSTEE AND EXECUTOR UNDER WII,LS, ADMINISTRAf'OR OF ESTATES, ETC. SECURITY, £o,Go, WITHI STATE 'REASURER. Registtred Ofr~8e?- * TY OH*'.MIWRS. FIGH STREET. BENDIGO. RONALD OPIE Canterbury, N.Z. Winner 100 yds., 220 yds. and 440 yds. Australasian Sprint Championships, RECOMMENDS. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment "I would likc to expr ess my appreciation of the benefits I have received from using your ma;r ellous Maganetiic 'ini Sment," writes AiJ f. Ronald ONe, Ch/ristchur c, 1r.1. "A leg strain which. for mont/s had baffled all //tention is now sl lendid, and l am able to train in full. and secure formw.. The Linimentl is vcer' S soothing to libed muiscles, ande rende;rs thkem aier use pliable and strong.: 1 am. usintg D. S/ic/don's Aflaý nelic Zititnment liberall',, and would rcecom mend i to all athletes, both in case of stain and niassage." RO.?1.D,) OPIE' (ifrom a Photo....

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CHARLTON. 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SCpARlTON. Sh0 Cliprlt?:n Waacr Supply is ,ilmost ecx h tted. Shouiild io raiji fall:;:shortly thri :rust ::ill iave to agdaih iu?tiip fromn thod AocaL River the, atei °of whicih ie of veiv inferior. quiality House; talks ae also giviing out Cr A M Ie??, f t1ie CTlarltoni Shire Council, as left ono ti ip to Englaie. 1 aepects' to :be1 - away. foi- tihree .: or=foiur:: monthsli : Siurni?l his tou i he :will :visit.` ljranice, SSvitzeilaiid and flalv .'

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COHUNA. 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

21st Fiebruar' . Tuhe :Agriculturl?i] Society's sports .on .ednesday reiturined a profit of .;£30, Thhe intense heat .inteiererd considerably .withi the :attendance, -whichl was inuch _below the average. Results: -- 'Maiden 'rot·--: Robinson's: Dolly. .,Open Trot--Wakenman's. Tomboy. Pony Trot--Robinsoli's :Dolly: Pony Trot,, 13 hands a.i.--Smithi's Gray Boy. - Farmers' ;Trot- MIaxwell's Brownie: Tiltilin'- at thlie-in-g J.- Quinlivan. Tenit 'pggicrnio .-- Quinilivan. Potato Race ,J. Quinlivan' Pi-nrn.e 8--:Lpbinson, i 1.; SchIier.. 2. 12st. HIunter, -A. ýWakemaii:. '10st. :'STii=` tero A.. Gibbins. Pony, Ihnitcr--S. C. New. stdead. Sheaf-,tossing-J. Owen. teppiitn ,:Distincc-L. Diviny. BEowvlin, at Sttump --B.1 Salter r1?n :. W. icka:Lr ldeie k:'.pl:r ait I~ C`"ohunla branch of the UTnion Bank for the past` 18, mouths, has been :roniioted, t o Beendiao Mr. Ricl?ards was (says :.our cor. _' arosJondcut) very 'cctuilar `ini 'Couana andl' , , , , ,' , , _ ' ,.:' ,. : I . "- -: ?, ".:,...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET, ETC. Bendigo, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET, ETC. SBendigo, 23rd F'ebruary. The hay market was quiet to-day with prices unaltered. Wheat displayed a further improvement, and was firm at 3/6 per bushel. Potatoes aind onions were steady at late rates We. quote:-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton: wheaten, £2 per ton: wheat, 3/6 pec bushel: oats, 1/8 per bushel: straw. 25; per ton; flour, £8/10/ per 'ton; bran. £5 per ton; pollard, £5.per ton; Cape barley, 3/6 per bushel; new potatoes. Carmens. £51 10/ to 25 per ton; Pinkeyes, £4/15/ to £15 per ton; new cricons, Brown Spanish, £8/101 to £9 per ton. Mr W. Cowling reports:-Wheaten sheaves, £2 per ton; oaten. £2 per ton: straw, 251 per ton; wheat 3/6 per bushel; Cape bar ley. 3/6 per bushel: oats, 1/8 per bushel Messrs. Jones. Miller and Co. report: New notatoes. Carmens, £5/10/ to 9b per on:. Pinkleyes. £4/151 to £5 per ton: onions, Brown Spanish. £8/10/ to £9 per ton.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

COUNTRY STOCK SALES. Messrs. Kilroy and Hendy report a mode rate yarding of sheep and cattle at their fort nightl ysale on Friday at Heathcote. Notwith standing the hot weather, stock sold very well. The yarding consisted of 450 sheep and 32 head of cattle. Some of the principal prices were as follows: -160 crossbred weaners, at 12/; 96 crosshred ewes, 4 and 6-tootli. 15/9;'.25 fat merino wethers, at 16/2; fat lambs, to 12!6;'crossbred ewes, aged, low. condition. 8/3. Cattle.--Bullocks. fat lightweights, £4/ :!0 to £~/16/: cows. to £5/131: heifers, to £4/ 16/: springers, dull of sole. They also report having sold 760 acres of land, together with homestead of IMr. Erio Hendy, of Major's Line, to Mr. Ed Hayes, J.P., of Tooborac, at a satisfactory price. Messrs. Andrew S. Muir and Co. report having held their fortnightly atock sale at their yards, Kerang, on 20th inst., when they yarded 1033 sheep and 76 cattle. Fat sheep nmet with good competition aind sold at pries equal to besi late...

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THE ALL-IMPORTANT BELT. THE NEWEST DESIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

TH A .LL-IPORTANT B ,, E T THlL NEWEST :DESIGN: The 'beal: (?onltinues to play the 'laili pit?ant: jpai; : in our. toilette whichl it h:is :Ip)ed. du'ring the last .fcw.months, -and: is' to be seen wi ever new destgns. O. e oi. S he ?.at': if lhs'- is a folded ..'sal' cut. . i1't ":, little like a cs rselct balt but sihapcd i.lo ?. shamr, point each side of the mid ...e of fronty and back. The ends of the • ash :are cross:d at the back and brought oi nd, ag-ain to the front, where they are S` it,iciýi in a seC:r ingly careless bow which ceries .:just midway bIetween the two points.

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A "BUTTERFLY" HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

'AL 'TUPT1.lRýLY", :HALT: L ii "uintuterfly"ý. 12 t gin : c:1 its atitt.r'afI ` beauty ,:iales thie: woild of eri r;cx°, ancm. is elworn oiily : >p>v l a Th1o': buttoifly:, "trio Iax oa !'tulle bows as the: on a approvori wayy ':.uf' baingiug v crnode:. ummei 1L, right upl t" ( This pr·tty - inidcl is of dairk inyrthi giclig tulir, and has a large Pi. IJ utterfly wvell ,wired, be it remcmberd, at ti c 1. ci J he niairow - utrbn brim is ii i~c~l upý.;~'~ ;~i 3v"rtlc-grcan velvet. .

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A CHARMING COTTON DRESS. FOR HOLIDAY WEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

iyi:? oaf ,i?i. las, cn find iidw e ai:e: al s?rnst ::ready to seiL outi upon: a holiday ?that i Sdress or ihat upront w:hich we hiave-been dep~eniidi :ifor .i:best o?r ser i-best wear ;-is, 'snibbi"e: th ini "e ;tho'ught lit wass a~nd . jii 'int i3e v11}: do t]io du{ y o. best ":.frock ri-rin" :the rest? of the .: utiin.nimmr. Si5h, a discoverv hitreniiding as it is, hiist nut in'i1 : us. despair,. for it is quite pos sible cfo.pick :ii' a i dress eiigtl i 01 ofanteii?I ?t :th ? ? cilcs foE nexto nothing ,i-and to evolvL Eiut of i -. eifectly de ight iii tuilbite.tlit if wi : illii' ; l) th. i:on' tcc..l Ns..i w, if he ?frocI1is. to beo iilly~?i~sicap : 'iil; yet, to b'Jlig:isib ui of wearl for'? dressy occasioins; .I : oulld troixg ly Advise the c.~ic..of, ::i-~.te icotton.:crepe: W?hite aliv s s : lia: a:i iior dresdca e.: : ct? thiin ' coloi; '-it least to `my= iind ;beside, wriicli it .'is - .o e:.~y to cominline "any =col6or, With lviw iti?it it is quite the sifest '?iaica. , ...

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A DAINTY LAWN BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

A DAINTY LAWN BLOUSP. S4 A: Y' crv dairty. little; garnment ,inccl is, * Ufe. idlouse .'of cnmbroideped lawn, and in wl:itc is certaiily' the most beloved item ini the holiday outfit. The example sketched is. a very pretty one of pale blue : embir;oidied lawn, and hias a,- parti".ilyary clcarniii ;lctc decletao ?? of whiteV?alc-i c ienlncs Vilace inscition, edged w.ithhtin;-frinlj of the iSb:uc fiagile Iace l Thiocuiff?sar of 'nibrioidiercd lawn finislicd?riiti. fuills-of Valcc ionieieni ncl lc,· 1 :

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DINGEE. 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SDINGEE. 21st February,. : A A. successful sporte gathering andR- bazaiar, j 'took'0 place, at Dingee on: Thursday' in aidi : f ? the iublic iHall. The:, atteidan ee was Svery ,good considering the great heat, hnd, !thian to the ahle mianner- ini which' th. staff of .williig w.or.kers .carried out it '.dutiic, 'everything .passCed- off b: ,well ;'aind a, o: od: irofit was mnade. - Seiial tiianlks iario -idue to. tlec sereitary. M P. T. Gra.hamrn :to w:ho'ti he baxaar repeisented a -groat: d:.deal 'of , extrai work, wlhiclh was :cheerf.llyl -undcrtaken. Special thanks are,. also d<: : t tle t: vicc-presideni, -Mr.: Jas. Fotrsyth,, .wivho did a great dedl more thain .his share :of the extra-. woik involed. Tihe young c'ladies in charge of: the :col drinks. and Sic 1 frcuai stall (Miss L. Williams and: Miss . L.-:.Klicynak) Ilhad an exceptionally busy -tiii. The ladies ilho. attended -the l vlirt ''os : stalls insid- he building :arc also de S.eervitg or th;le highest praise...

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SUCCESSFUL CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SUCCESSFUL CLEARING SALL, Mdssrs. William Wallace and Co., speoval land and stock salesmen, report having con ducted a highly successful clearing sale at Pyramid on Thursday last. on account of Mr. George Murray. Notwithstanding the ex treme heat, the attendance was very large, and .bidding from start to finish was very am. mated. The sale was considered by everyone to be the most successful held in the district for a long time. ,The principal items sold as follows:----One-way disc, £14; 4-f. diso plough. £13: 4-f. plough, £13; harrows, "5/ iC/: Massey-Harris drill, X£16; Robinson har. vester, £31; M'Cormick binder, £22; wag gcn, £31; 259 2-tooth crossbred wethers, 16/4; 419 aged merino ewes. 7/1; 1 6-year-old geld ing, £31: 5-year do., £23/15/: 5-year-old mare, and foal. £23/10/; 3-year-old filly, £24, £23/10/; 3-year-old filly, £24; 5-year okld mare and foal, £27; 3-year-old gelding. £13/10/: 2-year-old filly, £18/15/; 5 -yearlings. £7/17/6; 17 3-year-old stores, £3/3/. All the bl...

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BENDIGO STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

T.ENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Only 14 trucks of sheep and lambs wer, forward for the local sales yesterday, this being the shortest supply for some consider able time past. The number of sheep pen. ncd. including road lots, did not exceed 2500 head. The quality generally was poor, ranging from medium to nondescripts, with only occasional pens of prime. The yarding being much below require. meats, the demand in the private sales was very keen for all descriptions, and rates were fully 1/ in advance of the previous market's quotations. Most .of the sheep were sold r.-i" vately, and what few remained over for :.uc, tion met with strong competition also, prices being ai reflex of those realised in eno pri vate sales. •For the store lots forward outside buyers showed more inclination to invest than for the last three or four weeks, and turning out.! and breeding sorts were in better demand * an improvement on late. rates. The highest price reached for crossbred thers was 21/6, with crossbred ew...

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ELMORE. 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

ELM ¶1Th:' Ccongregation of It Oihurcl' has been runnf| rll41azaux in., Athici?ia ni a H. IIlliee In. thctre xtremol he:t ,has mnii~ c ' of the ientutre. An. cuonrous aill of tinio'al:: labor has been willingly explended inl packinn? -ili stalb with all descriptionsl of liome wor:k, and it is a pity indeed that the weathcer! ls been so ..intolerable in door.tt '? u iigh. In "6rder to ensure sonb:my ': comfort for: patroons, the Rev. Father .Ryan, who il supervising mnltters ;wit .consider-:':i able' tact, and energy, has; had cected ali open-air uannex, ..wherein .coolers arl dis- ' pecised i lon. glasses. The baizauar will,: draw to a cIoe on' next Saturday leven.

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HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS A CHARMING GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FR MOTHERS AND D UGHTERS 1y MP.LDAME ROSE. A CIHATMING GOWN. One of tho 2not: picturesqiue of funnTer 'o.ins I '-hvoe coeii for a long ,time is this lov??ly .odel: for silk creno of a Nattier blue, I is he driaped gown in its very Sprhatt ?st .foni n the slkirt being fullU draped, padrnier. tyloe obn. cach anide of ethe long front panel of crLeani lace,.. T' he front of tho h'x~icc "S pait of t " ig re 1d i i c! .o oltto s til TIlic open; neck and slashed ,up ettflaý of thie'oiý lo tigr~t-Itttmg s1crves. ]vlitvo: dauttv hills oft lhim tulle. ..h.c ]i·l i1 xuclm lia of I'Nattcie blue tulle, xid IS ti inainec!.ttil utb. `cinglo 'lagac pmni. ro.b

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ECHUCA. 20th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

ECHU CA. it'' i 20th February. -It is e pected that a profit of bietween X40. and £50 will be made as a result of .o':: licensed v'itululers" races, held at lc unaa on Thursday on behalf of the J.chuca+ District Hospital. At a meeting. to-night of the Athletic. :Arssociation a balanoc-sheet .f the Boxing, =D)ay sports 1was submitted, =h . profit

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LATE COUNTRY NEWS. SERPENTINE FETE. Serpentine 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

LATE COUNTRY NEWS. SERPENTINF, FETE. Serpentine 23rd February. As already announced in the "Adver tiser," .the annual race meeting in aid otr the" 'Bendigo and InglewoodJ hospitals aili ber held in the Messrs. Coutts Bros.' pad dock, on the bank of the Loddon River,. on Wednxesday.. Much interest is being taken in.' this popular annual ;event, and thlere is likely to be a large gathering. An ihteresting. programme has been prepared. AXEDALE , 23rd February.. - A harvest thainksgiving service was held yu.:terday at St. Paul's Church of E31gla nd. HMr. W.: H. Hillard (Theological Ha'i, Ben digo) officiated, and took as lhis' text Genesis, 8th chapter, 22nd. verse. There was a large .congregationi, anti a good dis play vas made of fruit and vegetables and other prodctsi' Special hyiemna were sung, ish. Nellie IHowell presiding at the organ. The new' church is: almost' completed, and arrangements have been made for the open ing on 22nd -March. CASTLEMAINE, 23rd February. Mr. T Hendra, w...

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TO OUR AMERICAN FRIENDS. "THE BENDIGONIAN." AMERICAN CIRCULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

TO DOIR AMERICAN FRIENDS, ' THE BEODIGONILN." AMERICAN GIRCULATION. The "Bendigonian," the only weekly illus irated paper published at Beoqdigo, Victoria. Australia, is forwarded every, week to the ,undermentioned places in the United States. where it may be seen and read by those .interested in Australia. Any advertise ments inserted by Australian land agents, etc., desirous of bringing their. business under notice of inteniding settlers from the United States will achieve their puropose. 'The places are: Little Rock Public Library, Little Rock, Ark. Chicugo Public Library, Chicago, Ill. Public Library San Yaidro, Cal. U. of C. College of Agriculture, Berke .ley, ' al. Bibliotheque Civique, 70 Sherbrooke. •Montreal, Canada. Regina Public Library, Regina, . Sask., Canadai. Free Public Library, St. John, N.B. Freslo Public Library. Fresno, Cal Free Public Library, New Haven, Cbnn.. 1 ilmington Institute Free Library, Wil. ,mington, Del. Withers' Public Library, Bloomington, IP. Auror...

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OUR PERTH LETTER. Perth, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

OUR PERTH LETTER. Perth,. 17th. Febrlary. DEAR ?-IONOR--Since my last epistle., to 'yod, we. folks livink in Perth have enauredl y falm6st '.itisutferabl'e heat. I: know what '. the. summner.i means in. iiost States,: but.: the last fewv ' els - he?ls really took the indigestible. comtestible. 'Anything more truly awful and un endurible .': .could- not" imagine. Still one inainages : to .live on in spite of it alL Last \eLk :I" vias liurrying down Hay-street, the principal :tireet, here, and I met Mlrs. Her bi't` DLvies' (nae Miss Ivy IHorwood), of L'Mar r*inup ':.She is- so pretty and charming, and I am, sure as she. grows more matronly .she will' be- exactlY:like lier dear mother, who, if you :".rememhber,, was such a handsome woman. 1Mrs. .:`Davies -looks. a real girl although she is the mother of .two. bonny children. Her husband Sis? rotlier of 'the Karri Davies who was: suchh'aigreat' friend of the 'ate 'ccil Rhodes. ''Mrs , IDa.;ioe was telling me that' her sister :and ;niece...

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